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Security screening at Toronto Pearson is conducted by CATSA. It occurs immediately after US preclearance and baggage drop. CATSA recommends people with prostheses containing metal to inform a security screener and receive an alternate search, but if he has a prosthesis without metal he can just walk through the metal detector. If you need assistance, ...


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Pearson has some body scanners, but in most cases you will go through an old-fashioned metal-detector - especially in the US and domestic areas. If your friend's prosthetic triggers the metal detectors (or instead of them if you ask) you can opt to get a search in a private area with a security guard of your own gender.


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I've been through YYZ many times with zippered 3-1-1 bags. The first was repurposed packaging that originally contained pillowcases. That was replaced with a zippered cube produced by Tom Bihn. Both were made (mostly) of see-through plastic and were approximately 1 litre in volume. Both were satisfactory. In fact, both have been acceptable at airports in ...



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